How to evaluate the anti-aging and regenerating effect of an active ingredient ?

Skin is the largest organ in the human body and represents our first barrier against external stress but also undergoes internal stress, such as intrinsic aging.

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BioMeca® shows how Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) can help to study the anti-aging and regenerating propertiers of an active ingredient.

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Plumping effect

Should skin pumpling a synonym to collagen production ? Yes certainly but not only. Stimulating microcirculation, moisturizing, nourishing are also effects to promote.
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Smoothing effect

Skin mobilization is the result of the different mobility capacities of the skin and its underlying structures. When the skin is stretched and mobilized, there is an elastic restoring force opposite to the axis of tension,which tends to return the skin to its previous state.
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Tensing effect

The dermis is largely composed of dense collagen-rich extracellular matrix (ECM). Dermal collagen represents by far the most abundant ECM protein and constitutes the bulk of skin.
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